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CATL explores $1.5 billion fund to boost global battery supply chain

China's Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL), the world's largest electric vehicle battery manufacturer, is in discussions with overseas sovereign wealth funds and private offices of...

Securing Europe’s critical raw materials: Addressing funding challenges for sustainable extraction

Bernd Schäfer, CEO of EIT Raw Materials, advocates for substantial investment in Europe's mining sector following the implementation of the Critical Raw Materials Act...

Strengthening global sustainability: The SCMA and critical minerals for climate goals

Canada's Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, Jonathan Wilkinson, together with Sweden's Minister for Energy, Business and Industry, Ebba Busch, announced Sweden's accession to...

Nickel mining and the green energy challenge: Balancing supply with environmental responsibility

Nickel is poised as a critical element in the global shift towards green energy, yet its extraction poses significant environmental challenges, recently highlighted by...

BRICS countries claim 72% of global rare-earth metals reserves

Evgeny Petrov, head of the Russian Federal Subsoil Resources Management Agency (Rosnedra), stated in an op-ed on the TASS website that BRICS countries, following...
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Zijin Mining acquires 9.9% stake in Montage Gold amid stricter Canadian investment rules

Canadian miner Montage Gold announced that Chinese mining firm Zijin Mining Group will acquire a 9.9% strategic stake in the company through a brokered...

Innovative process recovers europium from fluorescent lamps using nature-inspired method

ETH Zurich researchers have developed a nature-inspired process for efficiently recovering europium from old fluorescent lamps, a breakthrough that could revolutionize the recycling of...

Portugal’s strategic plan for critical raw materials in the green transition

Portugal is positioning itself strategically in the green transition by emphasizing the exploration of critical raw materials, with copper potentially outweighing lithium in importance,...
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